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Vintage Old Town Widgeon boatMolds for sale 10ft'er

Discussion in 'Boat Molds' started by Jmooredesigns, May 14, 2006.

  1. Jmooredesigns
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    Jmooredesigns Junior Member

    Guys I purchased these 2 years ago. I contacted Old Town and was given written permission(via Email) to reproduce these boats however I made some changes to the design and no longer need these molds. From what info I could gather these were in product in the 60's and only produced for a short time.
    The boat is a 10ft marsh skiff style boat that will hold a small outboard or can be paddled. I have both the hull and deck molds and there in decent shape a good wax and your making boats. Would like 600.00 CASH and must be picked up in dayton ohio. here are a few shots of the original OLD Town Widgeon and one part made from the molds.
    Molds again are in good shape the wood is breaking down but you can easily make a new tool from them and create now molds, But they will still produce great parts as is. A few coats of wax and your rolling, very shiny finish.
    The boat measures 10ft long and is 42 wide. very shallow draft and depending on the layup schedule can be made very lightweight.,




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